Preparing for a business valuation doesn't have to be complicated. This quick guide will help you understand the methods and steps required to calculate the value of a business.
Divorce is a life-altering process no matter your net worth. If this is something you may be going through, there are a few things you can do now to help protect your financial wellbeing.
On March 1, the Ultra-Millionaire Tax Act was introduced. If passed, certain affluent families could see their tax obligation increase.
Equity compensation can be a complex subject. Here's what you need to know about the value, risks and tax implications that go along with equity compensation.
With last night’s election and ongoing health and economic concerns related to COVID-19, uncertainty remains high, as it has for most of 2020. Unfortunately, this is likely to continue well into 2021 on health, financial and societal fronts. As investors, it’s never enjoyable to navigate periods like this, so we wanted to step back and reinforce our perspective on financial markets as we head into the close of 2020.
As a medical professional, you work, live and breathe your profession. Your job is demanding, your financial situation is complicated and you need someone who can take the reins and guide you from residency to retirement. While searching for the right financial advisor for you, ask questions about your unique financial concerns, gather recommendations from your peers and find someone who will be in it for the long-haul.
Our colleagues discuss recent volatility in financial markets and provide perspective on these events.
As our parents age, it’s natural to worry and wonder about their health. But looking early on for financial troubles as well could save you and your family from hassle and headaches later down the line.
The 1969 Woody Allen film, Take the Money and Run, is one of my personal favorites. The most memorable scene is when Allen is captured after escaping from prison and his punishment is solitary confinement with an insurance salesman. Not many people are interested in discussing their need for insurance. It’s certainly not an exciting topic (nor is investing for some). For many, discussing mortality and disability risks are unpleasant subjects. In addition, most people don’t like being “sold” something. There are so many different types of insurance (and from many different companies), that many are left wondering, “Do I really need this? Is it worth the expense? Am I wasting my money?”